Contemporary Colorblocked Easter Eggs

March 14, 2017Allison Murray
These colorblocked wood Easter eggs are a simple yet perfect addition to any contemporary Easter decor.

These colorblocked wood Easter eggs are a simple yet perfect addition to any contemporary Easter decor.

I found myself, as I often do, window shopping around Target. There are a million things I want from there which is why I take Rob with me. It’s not that he tries to get me to put things back or gives me grief or anything, it’s just that I feel a bit guilty about spending a lot of money on “stuff” when he’s there. And so when we go together I might get a thing or 2 that’s pretty awesome but I don’t go all Target nuts and refit our guest room or something (which totally happened last year).

So when I saw these packages of 6 wooden eggs for $5 on an end cap I looked at them and looked at them. And I picked them up and put them back a few times before I placed them back on the shelf for good all while Rob patiently stood there watching my silent struggle.

These colorblocked wood Easter eggs are a simple yet perfect addition to any contemporary Easter decor.

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So when I decided that I just HAD to have them to make these color blocked Easter eggs I absolutely promise you that I didn’t even go into the store. I handed Rob my list of 3 things and he went into Target and got them. We didn’t have all day, after all. Now I’m not going to pretend like I didn’t go into Michael’s while Mr. Rob was snagging my wooden eggs and spend a good $50 on other kids of “stuff”. :) Eh. Yep.

But at any rate, today I hopped on over to Mom Spark to turn those wooden eggs into something colorblocked, contemporary and pretty darn awesome, if a bit simple, if I do say so myself. Want to make your own? The paint on these suckers bleed like crazy so get over there to find out how to work with that. Color Blocked Wooden Easter Eggs.

These colorblocked wood Easter eggs are a simple yet perfect addition to any contemporary Easter decor.

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Comments (1)

  • Mike

    March 20, 2017 at 8:40 PM

    Gorgeous!! These are so cool looking! These eggs remind me of when I dye eggs every year (yes, I’m an adult but I still dye eggs!) for Easter and I dip half of an egg in one color and the other half in another color and have multicolored eggs. They come out really cool looking, especially if you use compatible colors, like red and yellow (you can get a bit of orange in between the two colors) or blue and green, etc.

    I don’t know what it is, but something about Easter and thinking about it just makes me happy. I guess it’s due to the coming of spring, which we are in SERIOUS need of right now. But seeing your eggs here and thinking of dyeing eggs each year; how can anyone not be happy about Easter?

    Stay awesome! )

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